British music stars born in 1972

Here are 50 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1972:

Guto Pryce

Guto Pryce (September 4, 1972 Cardiff-) also known as Pryce, Guto is a British musician and bassist.

His most recognized albums: Furry Selection: Luxury Cuts of Trojan chosen by a Super Furry Animal. His related genres: Indie rock and Alternative rock.

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Geri Halliwell

Geri Halliwell (August 6, 1972 Watford-) also known as Geri, Geri Haliwell, Geraldine Estelle Halliwell, Ginger Spice, Ginger, Geraldine Estelle Halliwell Hidalgo or Geraldine Estelle "Geri" Halliwell is a British singer, author, songwriter, actor, singer-songwriter, musician, fashion designer, model and tv personality. She has one child, Bluebell Madonna Halliwell.

Her albums: Schizophonic, Scream If You Wanna Go Faster, Passion, Bag It Up, Calling, It's Raining Men, Lift Me Up, Ride It, Scream If You Wanna Go Faster and Mi Chico Latino. Genres she performed include Pop music, Dance-pop, Pop rock, Synthpop and Dance music.

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Mark Morrison

Mark Morrison (May 3, 1972 Hanover-) also known as Mark Morisson, Morrison, Mark, Mack Morrison or Mark Morrsion is a British singer.

His albums: Just a Man / Backstabbers, Mark Morrison, Return of the Mack, Innocent Man, Only God Can Judge Me, Return of the Mack, King of British R&B - The Best of Mark Morrison, I Am What I Am, Only God Can Judge Me and Crazy. Genres he performed include Contemporary R&B, Popular music, Dance-pop, Hip hop music and Rap music.

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Darren Hayes

Darren Hayes (May 8, 1972 Brisbane-) also known as Darren Stanley Hayes, darren_hayes or Hayes, Darren is a British singer, singer-songwriter and composer.

Discography: Insatiable: Remixes, Insatiable, Spin, Strange Relationship, Crush, I Miss You, Popular, The Tension and the Spark, Darkness and So Beautiful. Genres he performed: Pop music, Electronica, Pop rock, Contemporary R&B and Electronic dance music.

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Mark Owen

Mark Owen (January 27, 1972 Oldham-) a.k.a. M. Owen, Mark Anthony Patrick Owen or Owen, Mark is a British singer-songwriter. His children are Willow Rose Owen and Elwood Jack Owen.

His albums: Green Man, Child, Four Minute Warning, How the Mighty Fall, I Am What I Am, In Your Own Time, Makin' Out, Clementine and The Art of Doing Nothing. Genres he performed include Pop music, Pop rock, Soft rock, Rock music and Electronic music.

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Oliver Wakeman

Oliver Wakeman (February 26, 1972 England-) is a British composer and keyboard player.

Related albums: Heaven's Isle, Jabberwocky, The 3 Ages of Magick, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Purification by Sound, Mother's Ruin, Coming to Town: Live in Katowice, Ravens & Lullabies and Chakras: Spiritual Vitamins.

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Alan White

Alan White (May 26, 1972 South London-) otherwise known as White, Alan is a British musician and drummer.

Genres he performed include Rock music and Britpop.

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Alex Kapranos

Alex Kapranos (March 20, 1972 Almondsbury-) a.k.a. Kapranos, Alex or Alexander Paul Kapranos Huntley is a British singer, guitarist, author, record producer, songwriter and musician.

Genres he performed include Indie rock, Art rock, Indie pop, Alternative rock and Post-punk revival.

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Idris Elba

Idris Elba (September 6, 1972 London Borough of Hackney-) otherwise known as Idrissa Akuna Elba, DJ Big Driis, Big Driis the Londoner, Idrissa Akuna "Idris" Elba, Idris Akuna Elba, Big Dris or 7 Wallace is a British actor, television producer, singer, rapper, disc jockey and film producer. He has two children, Isan Elba and Winston Elba.

His albums include Mi Mandela.

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Helen King

Helen King (March 1, 1972 Dunfermline-) is a British singer, puppeteer, actor and voice actor.

She is best known for her work as a member of the British children's television series "The Hoobs", in which she played the character of "Iver". She has also done voice work for other children's shows such as "Bob the Builder" and "Thomas & Friends". Besides her work as a voice actor, Helen has also worked as a puppeteer, creating and operating puppets for various television shows and live performances. In addition to her work in television, she has also performed as a singer and actor on stage, including in productions of popular musicals such as "Les Miserables" and "Phantom of the Opera". Outside of her entertainment career, Helen is a qualified nurse and has worked in various healthcare roles.

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Simon Tong

Simon Tong (July 9, 1972 Wigan-) also known as Tong, Simon is a British guitarist, musician, record producer and keyboard player.

His most well known albums: iTunes Live from SoHo. His related genres: Britpop, Alternative rock, Shoegazing, Neo-psychedelia and Psychedelic rock.

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Torquil Campbell

Torquil Campbell (March 17, 1972 Sheffield-) also known as Campbell, Torquil or Dead Child Star is a British singer, actor, musician, songwriter and voice actor. He has one child, Ellington Beatrice Pepper Campbell.

Genres: Indie rock.

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Sukshinder Shinda

Sukshinder Shinda (May 29, 1972 Birmingham-) otherwise known as Sukhshinder Shinda, Shinda, Sukshinder, Sukshinder Singh Bhullar or The Music Man is a British record producer, songwriter, musician, singer-songwriter, music director and film score composer.

His albums: Dil Apna Punjabi, Another Level, Balle, Gal Sun Ja, Phases, The Way It Is, Collaborations 2, Chakde Boly The Way it is, Collaborations and Living the Dream. Genres related to him: Indian pop and Bhangra.

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Vic Galloway

Vic Galloway (August 4, 1972 Oman-) is a British , .

Vic Galloway is a British radio presenter, musician, writer, and journalist. He was born on August 4, 1972, in Oman, but grew up in Scotland. Vic started his career as a presenter on BBC Radio Scotland in the 1990s and has since become a well-known figure in the Scottish music scene. He has hosted various music shows on both radio and TV, including "Scotland Rocks" and "The Music Show."

Aside from his broadcasting work, Vic is also an accomplished musician. He has been a member of several bands, including the Scottish supergroup, The Reindeer Section. He is also known for his solo work as a singer-songwriter and has released several albums and EPs.

Vic is also a published author, with his book, "Rip It Up and Start Again: Postpunk 1978-84," becoming a bestseller. He has also written for various publications, including The Guardian, NME, and Q Magazine.

Throughout his career, Vic has been a passionate supporter of new and emerging music talent. He has championed many Scottish acts, including Biffy Clyro, The Twilight Sad, and CHVRCHES. In recognition of his contributions to the Scottish music scene, he was awarded the prestigious Tartan Clef Award in 2015.

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Bitty McLean

Bitty McLean (August 8, 1972 Birmingham-) a.k.a. Bitty McClean, McLean, Bitty, Billy McLean or McLean, Billy is a British singer.

Discography: Just to Let You Know, Made in Jamaica, On Bond Street KGN. JA., We've Only Just Begun, Movin' On and Natural High. Genres he performed: Reggae, Ragga and Lovers rock.

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Mark Hill

Mark Hill (December 22, 1972 Cwmbran-) is a British record producer, songwriter and musician.

Genres: Contemporary R&B, UK Garage, 2-step garage and House music.

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Justin Edwards

Justin Edwards (February 14, 1972 Hampshire-) is a British singer, comedian, actor and screenwriter. He has one child, Emily Edwards.

Justin Edwards began his entertainment career in the 1990s as a member of the Oxford Comedy Revue while studying at Oxford University. He went on to perform and write for a number of comedy programs for radio and television, including "The News Quiz" and "The Thick of It".

Alongside his work in comedy, Edwards has also had success in acting, appearing in a variety of stage productions in London's West End, including "The 39 Steps" and "The Ladykillers". He has also appeared in a number of films, such as "Love Actually", "Paddington" and "Holmes & Watson".

In addition to his work in entertainment, Edwards is also a keen golfer and regularly competes in celebrity golf tournaments.

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Alison 'Lady' Wheeler

Alison 'Lady' Wheeler (March 4, 1972-) also known as Wheeler, Alison is a British singer and singer-songwriter.

Genres she performed: Pop music.

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Richard Blackwood

Richard Blackwood (May 15, 1972 Clapham-) a.k.a. Blackwood, Richard or Richard Clifford Blackwood is a British presenter, actor, comedian, disc jockey and music artist.

Discography: You'll Love to Hate This, Get With the Wicked (feat. Deetah) (disc 1) and Mama - Who Da Man? (disc 2). Genres he performed: Hip hop music.

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DJ Zinc

DJ Zinc (March 12, 1972 London-) also known as Jammin', Tuned Air, jammin, Dope Skillz, Zinc, Dope Skillz (AKA DJ Zinc), Ben Pettit, Dopeskillz or Zinc, DJ is a British disc jockey and record producer.

Related albums: The Morning After, Present Tense EP, Moment of Weakness / Outaspace, Freenote EP, Faster, Beats by Design EP, Stretched / Bring the Danger, Reach Out (remix) / Damn, Reach Out / Pranksters and Remixes, Volume 4. Genres: Drum and bass, House music, Breakbeat, Trip hop and UK Garage.

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Kelly Chen

Kelly Chen (September 13, 1972 Hong Kong-) also known as Chen Wai Lam, 陳慧琳 (Kelly Chen), Kelly Chan, Kelly Chen (陳慧琳), 陳慧琳 Kelly Chen, 陳慧琳, Vivian Chen Wai Man, Wai Man Chen, Chen, Kelly, Wai-Lam Chan, Chen Wai Lun, Kelly Chen Wai Lun, Chan4 Wai6 Lam4, Chen Huilin, Wai Mun Vivian Chen, Wai Lun Chen, 陳慧汶, Huilin Chen, Chan Wai-Lam, Chén Hùilín, Kelly Chen Wai-lam, Vivian Chen Wai-man, diva of Asia, Asia's Heavenly Queen, Chén Huìwèn or Kelly Chen (I) is a British singer, actor and songwriter. She has two children, Chace Lau and Riley Lau.

Her albums: Da De Dum (我失戀), Ask, Grace, Kelly Chen Collection 1995-2000, Stylish Index, 花花宇宙, Best of the Best, 陳慧琳最愛的主題曲, 飛天舞會 and 體會.

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Blak Twang

Blak Twang (June 28, 1972 Manchester-) also known as Black Twang is a British rapper.

Discography: Dettwork S.E., Kik Off, 19 Long Time, The Rotton Club, Growing Up Memories / Don't Test and . Genres he performed include British hip hop.

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John Southworth

John Southworth (April 22, 1972 Cuckfield-) also known as Southworth, John is a British singer.

His albums: Mars Pennsylvania, Banff Springs Transylvania, Sedona Arizona, Yosemite and Niagara.

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Sammi Cheng

Sammi Cheng (August 19, 1972 Hong Kong-) also known as Cheng Sau Man, Zheng Xiu Wen, Cheng, Sammi, Twinnie Cheng, Xiuwen Zheng, Cheng Sau-Man, Sammi Cheng Sau-Man, Ah Mi, 鄭秀文 or Sau-Man Cheng is a British singer, actor and model.

Her most recognized albums: 十誡, 捨不得你, , 為你等, 我們的主題曲, 生活語言, 聽聞, 我應該得到, 很愛很愛鄭秀文 and Ladies First.

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Maria Nayler

Maria Nayler (March 26, 1972 United Kingdom-) also known as Nayler, Maria, Mari Naylor or Naylor, Maria is a British singer.

Her discography includes: Angry Skies, Love Is the God, Naked and Sacred and Will You Be With Me.

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Natasha Barrett

Natasha Barrett (March 9, 1972 England-) is a British , .

Her most well known albums: Isostasie.

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Darren Tate

Darren Tate (October 22, 1972 London-) a.k.a. Tate, Darren, Orion, Jurgen Vries, Jurgan Vries, Jurden Vries, DT8, Citizen Caned or DT8 Project is a British record producer and film score composer.

His most well known albums: Horizons 01, Ministry of Sound: Beyond Euphoria, The Opera Song (Brave New World) (feat. CMC), The Sun Is Shining (Down on Me), Winter, Hold Me Till the End, Perfect World (remixed), Destination (feat. Roxanne Wilde), Wilderness (feat. Shena) and The Theme. Genres: Trance music and Dance music.

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Karen Danzig

Karen Danzig (July 13, 1972-) also known as Danzig, Karen is a British singer.

She was born in London and grew up in a family of musicians, which sparked her passion for music at a young age. In her teenage years, she started performing in local clubs and began to gain a following. In 1993, she released her debut album "All Caught Up" which received critical acclaim and helped establish her as a rising star in the UK music scene.

Throughout the 90s, Danzig continued to release successful albums including "Lose Myself", "Just what I Need", and "Brand New Day" which featured her hit single "The Way It Is". Her unique blend of soul, pop and rock music has earned her a loyal fan base and critical recognition.

Aside from her successful music career, Danzig is also known for her philanthropic work. She is a supporter of various charities including The Prince's Trust and Comic Relief. In 2003, she was awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for her contributions to music and charity.

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Rik Rok

Rik Rok (June 17, 1972 London-) also known as Ricardo "Rik Rok" Ducent, Rikrok, R. Duncent, Ricardo "Rikrok" Duncent or Ducent, Ricardo "Rik Rok" is a British singer, singer-songwriter, composer and actor.

Genres he performed include Reggae, Rhythm and blues, Neo soul and Reggae fusion.

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Kamaal Khan

Kamaal Khan (March 12, 1972 Highgate-) a.k.a. Kamal Khan or Khan, Kamaal is a British actor and singer.

He is known for his appearances in several Bollywood films such as "Desi Boyz" and "Ishq". Kamaal initially began his career in the music industry, releasing his debut album "O Oh Jaane Jaana" in 1998 which became a chartbuster. He has also worked as a playback singer for several Hindi films, lending his voice to hit songs such as "Chhaliya" from the movie "Tashan". Apart from his acting and singing career, Kamaal is also a popular television personality, having appeared as a judge on the reality show "Nach Baliye". In recent years, he has gained a significant social media presence with over 2 million followers on Twitter.

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Optical (October 25, 1972-) also known as M. Quinn, Just Another Artist, Fly by Wire, Teknarchi, Technarchy, Matt Quinn, Quinn, Matt, DJ Optical, Arteq, Little Matt, Morpheus or Photofit is a British disc jockey and music producer.

Discography: Bounce / The End, Part I, Moving 808s / High Tek Dreams, The Shining / Dark Skies, Cut Throat Flow / Lazy Gun, Twisted EP, To Shape the Future, , Quadrant Six (Fierce remix) / Rage Roll, Quadrant 6 / Concrete Shoes and .

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Andy Dunlop

Andy Dunlop (March 16, 1972 Lenzie-) also known as Andrew Dunlop is a British guitarist and musician.

Genres he performed include Alternative rock, Britpop and Rock music.

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Roots Manuva

Roots Manuva (September 9, 1972 London-) a.k.a. Roots Menuva, Rodney Hylton Smith, Brigadier Smythe, Rodrick Manuva or Smythe, Hylton is a British record producer, singer, rapper and remixer.

His albums include Awfully De/EP, Alternately Deep, Colossal Insight, Awfully Deep, Dreamy Days, Dub Come Save Me, Run Come Save Me, Witness (1 Hope), Brand New Second Hand and Juggle Tings Proper. Genres he performed include Dub, Electronica, Electronic dance music, Intelligent dance music, Hip hop music, Alternative hip hop, Experimental hip hop and Trip hop.

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Simon Jones

Simon Jones (May 29, 1972 Liverpool-) a.k.a. Jones, Simon is a British bassist and musician.

Genres: Alternative rock, Shoegazing, Psychedelic rock and Britpop.

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John Roome

John Roome (May 31, 1972-) otherwise known as Gold Water, The Unknown Ghosts, Witchman or Unknown Ghosts, The is a British film score composer.

His discography includes: Dustbowl, Heavy Traffic, Explorimenting Beats, Transfer at Dub and Inferno. Genres: Electronica, Electronic dance music, Hip hop music and Breakbeat.

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Dougie Payne

Dougie Payne (November 14, 1972 Glasgow-) also known as Douglas Payne or Douglas Payne jr is a British bassist, singer and songwriter. He has two children, Freddie Peter Payne and Theodore William Payne.

Genres he performed: Alternative rock.

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Neil Primrose

Neil Primrose (February 20, 1972 Cumbernauld-) also known as Primrose, Neil is a British musician and drummer.

Genres he performed include Alternative rock, Britpop and Rock music.

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Danny McCormack

Danny McCormack (February 28, 1972 United Kingdom-) a.k.a. McCormack, Danny is a British , .

Danny McCormack is a British musician and songwriter, best known as the bassist and founding member of the rock band The Wildhearts. He was born on February 28, 1972 in the United Kingdom. Danny formed The Wildhearts in 1989 with lead singer Ginger, and went on to release several successful albums with the band. In addition to his work with The Wildhearts, Danny has also played bass for several other bands, including The Yo-Yos, The Earth vs. The Wildhearts, and The Ginger Wildheart Band. He is known for his energetic and dynamic bass playing, as well as his passionate songwriting. Danny has had a successful career in music, and is respected by fans and fellow musicians alike for his contributions to the rock and roll scene.

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Richard McNamara

Richard McNamara (October 23, 1972 Bailiff Bridge-) also known as McNamara, Richard is a British singer and guitarist.

Genres he performed include Rock music and Britpop.

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Mr. Scruff

Mr. Scruff (February 10, 1972 Macclesfield-) otherwise known as Mr Scruff, Mister Scruff, Andy Carthy or Scruff, Mr. is a British disc jockey.

His discography includes: Get a Move On / Ug, Mrs Cruff, Mr Scruff Presents: Keep It Solid Steel, Volume 1, Sweetsmoke (Remixes), Shrimp, Trouser Jazz, Keep It Unreal, Get a Move On!, Chipmunk / Fish / Happy Band and Mr. Scruff. Genres he performed include Trip hop, Downtempo, Nu jazz, House music, Electronica and Breakbeat.

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Andrea Figallo

Andrea Figallo (February 11, 1972 Gorizia-) also known as Figallo, Andrea is a British singer, musician, record producer, songwriter and conductor.

Genres: Jazz and Pop music.

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Jonny Quinn

Jonny Quinn (February 26, 1972 Bangor-) also known as Jonathan Graham "Jonny" Quinn, Jonathan Quinn, Snow Patrol, Jonathan Graham Quinn, Jonny Quinn or Konny Quinn is a British drummer, musician and film producer.

Genres he performed include Indie rock and Alternative rock.

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Tom Simpson

Tom Simpson (January 7, 1972-) also known as Simpson, Tom is a British musician, keyboard player and disc jockey.

Genres related to him: Pop music, Rock music, Alternative rock, Electronic music, House music, Indie rock and Power pop.

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Peter Theobalds

Peter Theobalds (September 1, 1972-) a.k.a. Theobalds, Peter is a British guitarist, musician, bassist, songwriter and designer.

Genres: Black metal, Death metal, Hard rock, Doom metal, Punk rock, Progressive metal and Pop punk.

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Finty Williams

Finty Williams (September 24, 1972 London-) also known as Tara Cressida Frances Williams, Williams, Finty, Tara Cressida Frances "Finty" Williams or Tara Cressida Williams is a British actor and voice actor. She has one child, Sam Williams.

Finty Williams is the daughter of the renowned British actor, Dame Judi Dench. She attended the Central School of Speech and Drama, where she honed her acting skills. Williams' acting career spans over two decades and includes a range of performances in stage productions, films, and television shows.

Williams has worked in many critically acclaimed productions, such as the plays "Chimera," "The Sea," and "The Vortex." In the film industry, she has lent her voice to various characters in animated movies such as "The Canterville Ghost," "Valiant," and "Alice in Wonderland."

Apart from her acting career, Williams is also a skilled narrator and has lent her voice to many audiobooks. Some of her notable audiobook narrations include "Flowers for Algernon," "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time," and "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."

Williams has also worked as a voice actor in several video games, including the "Lara Croft Tomb Raider" series, "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" and its expansions, and "Horizon Zero Dawn."

In recognition of her diverse work as an actor and voice actor, Williams has received several nominations and awards, including an Olivier Award nomination for her role in the play "The Happiest Days of Your Life."

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Dom Brown

Dom Brown (June 14, 1972 Manchester-) a.k.a. Brown, Dom or Dominic Brown is a British , .

His albums: Between the Lines and Touch the Flames. Genres he performed include Rhythm and blues.

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Paul Lewis

Paul Lewis (May 20, 1972 Liverpool-) is a British pianist.

His most important albums: Piano Quartet in G minor K478 / Piano Quartet in E flat K493, , Variations Diabelli, , #4 Sonatas: op. 10, 28 "Pastoral", 49, 81 "Les Adieux", 109, 110, 111, Les dernières sonates D.959 & 960 (feat. piano: Paul Lewis), Sonates No. 19 D. 958 & No. 14 D. 143, Winterreise (feat. tenor: Mark Padmore, piano: Paul Lewis) and BBC Music, Volume 8, Number 7: Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Liszt, and Schubert.

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James Childs

James Childs (June 12, 1972 Bristol-) is a British singer and composer.

He is best known for his work as the lead singer and songwriter of the band The Shadows, which he co-founded in 1995. Childs' music is often described as a blend of indie rock and alternative pop, featuring introspective lyrics and catchy melodies.

In addition to his work with The Shadows, Childs has also released several solo albums, including "Long Night Moon" and "All the Pieces". He has toured extensively throughout Europe, North America and Asia, and has collaborated with a number of notable musicians, including Bonnie Raitt, Ryan Adams and Norah Jones.

Childs is also a prolific composer, having written music for a variety of films, television shows and commercials. He has received numerous accolades for his work, including a BAFTA award for his score to the 2006 film "The Queen".

Offstage, Childs is known for his philanthropic work, particularly his advocacy for mental health awareness. He has spoken publicly about his struggles with depression and anxiety, and has worked to raise awareness and funds for mental health charities around the world.

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Ysanne Spevack

Ysanne Spevack (June 24, 1972 London-) is a British violinist, composer and music arranger.

She began studying the violin at age five and went on to attend the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London. Spevack has worked with numerous renowned artists, including members of Radiohead, Joanna Newsom, and Frank Ocean. In addition to her work as a performer, Ysanne is also an accomplished composer, having written music for film, television, and dance productions. She is known for her unique approach to music, which blends classical, rock, and electronic elements. Spevack is also an advocate for animal rights and a committed vegan.

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Leo Green

Leo Green (August 30, 1972-) is a British musician, presenter, singer and actor.

He is best known for his work as a presenter on BBC Radio 2, where he hosts the popular show "The Legends of Rock". Green also plays saxophone and has performed with several notable artists such as Ray Charles, The Who, and Jools Holland. In addition to his radio work, Green has acted in several films and television shows, including "About a Boy" and "EastEnders". He is also a prolific voice actor, having lent his voice to several animated films and series. Green is a multi-talented musician and has recorded several albums throughout his career, showcasing his skills as a singer, saxophonist, and composer.

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